While many experts believe that Type 2 diabetes is incurable and gets worse overtime, a new research suggests that it could be reversed on some people by drastic changes in diet.
Dieting is advised to practically anyone though the right one to follow will be up for debate. Some diet for weight loss while others focus more on healthy living. Depending on your intent, there are many diets to follow.
Food happens to be one of the inevitable needs for any living thing and an irresistible desire for most people in the world. We just feel heavenly when we eat foods we love and the happiness we get out of it is just out of the world. But when it comes to living a healthy life, on most occasions, our passion for food and health don't go hand in hand. And here are few diet tips for Americans to bear in mind for maintaining good health while enjoying tasty meal.
The American Heart Association (AHA) has rolled out a number of recommended heart-healthy foods after grading them according to Heart Health Index.
The lifestyle that you share with your partner may have a bigger role to play in your obesity than your upbringing, suggests research.
Chocolate consumption can improve cognitive functions, a new study reported.
A new study reported that American teenagers are eating healthier diets.
Consumption of fiber-rich foods in adolescence significantly reduces the likelihood of breast cancer in later adult life according to a study published in Pediatrics.
A recently published study proves that exercising more does not automatically lead to less weight- exercise does help you lose weight but only to a certain point.
America’s queen of talk Oprah Winfrey shared some candid perspectives on her 26 pound-and-counting weight loss journey in an hour-long exclusive phone interview with her fellow Weight Watchers.
Soy might be able to help increase a woman's chances of getting pregnant via IVF, a new study reported.
A new study links unhealthy eating behaviors with impulsive brain function- suggests mindfulness therapy to reverse childhood obesity.
A recently published report by WHO’s Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity reveals a dramatic surge of obesity in developing countries and recommends far-reaching policies including regulation and taxation measures on fat-inducing foods and drinks
A Harvard University-led study suggests that eating more nitrate-rich green leafy vegetables can significantly lower the risk of developing Glaucoma- an irreversible eye disease leading to vision loss and permanent blindness.
Certain fruits can reduce a man's risk of erectile dysfunction, a new study found.